Songs that make you cry

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  1. CRUDS

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    Time to step it up you big sensitive oafs.. You confessed the flicks that turn you all blubbery and misty eyed. There's gotta be some songs that do it too.
    Fess up...
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    Anything by Michael Bolton or Celine Dion if I can't turn off the radio or escape the place where it's playing. Realizing I could do jail time by attempting to forcibly & violently stop them playing leaves me feeling helpless & distraught.

    When I'm left uncontrollably bawling my eyes out,people mistake me for a hard core fan.
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    Don't Take the Girl- Tim McGraw
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    "He Stopped Loving Her Today" by George Jones.
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    The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Roberta Flack

    Hurt - Johnny Cash. Nine Inch Nails song but so moving to listen to Cash sing it in his last days, like a footnote to his life.
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    I have to second that.
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  7. Hoffa

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    It's funny, if you've just been dumped or you're having relationship issues, really sappy songs can get to you, like "All By Myself".

    Right now things are OK and I can't think of anything.

    But one song that really hit me was "Butterfly Kisses" the first time I heard it. I have a daughter, and I was driving down the road listening to it and started bawling. Tears were rolling off me and I was helplessly sobbing, the people next to me on the highway were looking over and staring. They probably thought I was driving to my mothers deathbed or something.
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    Slam dunk, Childress.. I hadn't even thought of that one

    I'd have to add the song Old Familiar Steam by The Old 97's. Gets me every time..
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    Brings to mind the "If You Leave Me Know" scene from Shaun of the Dead.
    "Oh. You want your favorite monkey? Shall I do Clyde?"
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    "Let it all fall down" by James Taylor and "Alison" by Elvis Costello.
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